​Nigeria Government Sets Up Task Force Over Rising Cost of Food Items. 

This goes to show that government is very much concerned of the rising cost of food prices, and we are responding to it. Clearly government is concern and is trying to do something to bring it down,” the minister said. Continue reading ​Nigeria Government Sets Up Task Force Over Rising Cost of Food Items. 

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​Tanzania Mourns Sudden Death of Goalkeeper David  Burhan

Burhan passed away at Bugando Hospital in Mwanza on Monday. Thousands of residents including friends, relatives, players and officials from Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) were among those who attended the burial ceremony. Continue reading ​Tanzania Mourns Sudden Death of Goalkeeper David  Burhan

Meet the Nigeria trained Botanist “BABAJIDE OLATUNJI”  that later became a celebrated dancing artist. 

For Olatunji “the rendering process starts with the creative imaginings of the subject, considering personality, character, skin-type and even factoring in medical history in some cases. It involves fashioning a story around them and then drawing desired morphological characteristics from an exhaustive study of faces – to produce 7th unique portraits”. Continue reading Meet the Nigeria trained Botanist “BABAJIDE OLATUNJI”  that later became a celebrated dancing artist. 

​Professors Felix Dapare Dakora and Ali Ali Hebeish of Ghana and Egypt respectively have been awarded the 2017 African Union Kwame Nkrumah Scientific Award.

The prestigious award was instituted to raise the profile of the science and technology sector in Africa as a whole and thus contributing to Africa’s sustainable development, poverty alleviation and integration efforts. Continue reading ​Professors Felix Dapare Dakora and Ali Ali Hebeish of Ghana and Egypt respectively have been awarded the 2017 African Union Kwame Nkrumah Scientific Award.

​Ethiopia, Swaziland, Uganda, Botswana, Cabo Verde, Comoros, DRC and Chad have been honoured for their significant progress in the fight against malaria.

The success of these countries shows the powerful impact that dedication and sufficient funding can have … Thanks to strong African leadership and innovative new partnerships, we are making unprecedented progress in the fight against malaria,” President of Chad and outgoing AU Chairperson, Idriss Déby Itno said in a statement. Continue reading ​Ethiopia, Swaziland, Uganda, Botswana, Cabo Verde, Comoros, DRC and Chad have been honoured for their significant progress in the fight against malaria.